We all have our favorite tools. Here is the other stuff I use, in no particular order!
RAD Studio Enterprise (10.3.3)
Yes, I am oldschool, but this old dog knows a lot of new tricks. There is no better way to do Windows GUI, and possibly cross platform GUI.
FinalBuilder / Continua CI (Current)
If you are not using at least one of these, you are missing out! Finalbuilder helps your Delphi builds keep their configurations straight, and Continua CI is an amazing orchestrator that detects your commits and starts your builds, unit tests, integration tests, build your installers, push the latest build the the appropriate staging areas, and much, much more.
Beyond Compare Pro (Current)
Is it the same, or different? This is my favorite comparison tool. Stable and awesome and plugs nicely into SVN and git.
For powerful RegExp, Macros and handling massive text files.
VS Code (Current)
This thing is rapidly becoming one of my favorite editors for PowerShell and SQL.
Visual Studio Enterprise (Current)
Still can’t do without it.
SQL Server Management Studio (Current)
When you need to find out why your SQL sucks.
ApexSQL Developer Pack (Current)
When you need to sync schemas or data, and beyond.
PowerShell 7 (Current)
It is absolutely a programming language in it’s own right. You need to learn this tool as it can really do some serious OS level, cross platform scripting!
Windows Terminal (Current)
Very handy for CLI work. Use Bash, PSH 5.x, PSH 7.x or cmd in the same container, at the same time.
Process Hacker 2 (Current)
TaskHandler on steroids. What threads are running, how has that memory been trending, so many features!
A growing collection of useful gadgets for your desktop.
Screenshots galore – and mine are automatically uploaded to my Google Drive.
For all your REST/SOAP/JsonRPC/<web tech> protocol testing.
Too many dang servers! For all your remoting needs, it has a very large collection of integration options.
When you need to remote to the unremotable.
Fine Transfer Program.
Compress the world.
Oracle VirtualBox (Current)
Where to test your stuff without blowing up your workstation.
Compact, capable, and easy to use image editing program.
Does that make me the hare?
Github Desktop (Current)
Inno Setup (Current)
When you need an installer, this has you covered, although I am leaning towards Powershell these days.
IcoFX (Portable 1.6.4, the last free version)
Handy icon designer
Which has totally replaced Skype and Skype for Biz as well as Slack
You know what I am talking about
What are you using?